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How to get Cura to slice my 0.4 mm walls?

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I got into 3D printing a few years back.

A lot of my designs are containers with walls of the size of my nozzle, 0.4 mm

Back then I gave up using cura very fast, cause I couldn't get it to slice these parts.

I used ReplicatorG since then, and it never ever had any problems slicing these parts.

Now I bought a new printer and I try to work with Cura 3.1.0

Still cannot get Cura to slice it right (leaves big gaps, jumps all over the place...)


Please see example stl attached and help me with the proper settings if possible.

I'm sure it's user error...


Edited by Kimko

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